All posts by: Stephanie

About Stephanie

Stephanie is the Director of Public Relations and Community Education at Rothkoff Law Group, an elder care law firm. She is a highly motivated and dynamic sales and marketing professional, and has a focus on the firm’s growth through a variety of marketing, public relations, branding and business development initiatives. Stephanie has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Hartford in business and psychology. When not in the office, Stephanie spends time with her husband and two sons attending sporting events and traveling together. Stephanie devotes her time as a volunteer for several organizations including PTA, The American Cancer Society, The American Heart Association, and Reach Out & Read program through The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).

  Philadelphia has it all: Museums, amusement parks, historical sites, opera, ballet, theatre, art galleries, music, sports, nature, and more! Who needs New York City when one can go to concerts at Mann Center for the Performing Arts, see spectacular gardens at Longwood Gardens, view the dinosaurs at the Academy of Natural Sciences, or attend […]

What is distracted driving? How can we take steps to stay focused on the task of driving? Distracted driving is any activity that could divert a person’s attention away from the primary task of driving. We have all heard the saying “Driving is a privilege not a right”.  If you cannot devote 100% of your […]

As people age, they often spend more time indoors and are challenged by weakened immune systems and vital organ function.  Aging adults are more vulnerable to health complications. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air is two to 10 times more polluted than the air outside.  It is imperative that long-term care […]

Join us in 2017 – Registration Now Open With 2017 already under way we are proud to announce our 2017 Professional Seminars. As many local caregivers and professionals know, the Rothkoff Law Group hosts a series of free educational seminars for CEU, continuing education credits. This year we are proud to welcome back 4 topics […]

Many of us think to bring something when visiting a family member or friend in the hospital or healthcare facility.  Often times people have dietary restrictions so to avoid that we opt to bring flowers, plants or balloons to cheer them up.  Well, you may want to do a bit of research before making your […]

When winter weather arrives, we all throw an ice scraper and possibly an emergency safety kit into our car, but there are a number of things to consider, especially for senior citizen drivers. 5 Tips to make sure your elderly family members are safe on the road this winter: 1. Winterize your Car, vehicle check list […]

Many people that use a walker often have an old canvas bag tied around their walker or one of those wireframe baskets attached to the front. The canvas bags are not made for the walker. They are not easy to get on and off, and can be a tripping hazard. The wireframe baskets make the […]

Recently, I shared a blog about the value of having therapy dogs in nursing homes, but it never crossed my mind that it would be beneficial to have therapy dogs in funeral homes.  A well behaved family dog or therapy dog can do so much for a stressful environment.  Dogs have an innate sense of […]

As a first time dog owner, I have recently experienced the love and joy that a pet brings to the family home.  Dogs and children have always put smiles on the elderly.  Having a dog in a nursing home is a wonderful, heartwarming addition.  Visiting the residents in their rooms can brighten their day.  Click […]

Family Traditions

December 20, 2014 Blog

I enjoy reading various blogs, both business related as well as personal interests.  I recently read a blog by a woman celebrating her “Grammy’s” 103rd birthday! Grammy had lived independently until a recent fall. It was at that time that the family decided to transition her to nursing home. When the family went to clean […]

Giving Back to Our Local Community I love working for a firm that not only cares about its employees and clients, but also gives back to the local community by getting involved in supporting non-profits and other causes.  Rothkoff Law Group has been a long-time supporter of the Twilight Wish Foundation through memorial donations.  Their […]

I was at the salon and my manicurist asked me what a silver alert is.  She said for a long time when she saw the message while driving on the highway, she wondered “why are they always looking for a silver car”.  We chuckled a little and then I explained the importance of the silver […]

There I was on an early Sunday morning, doing my weekly grocery shopping.  It was cold outside and the parking lot still had patches of ice while I unloaded the cart full of groceries into my car.  I was happy to be finishing this chore on time so I could get home to unpack and […]

My 16 year-old son is interested in a career in Engineering, and is passionate and very involved in the robotics club and robotics competitions at his high school.  Knowing my sons interests, a friend of ours suggested we see the movie “Robot & Frank” starring Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon, Liv Tyler, James Marsden and Peter […]